In Poland, in the city of Yablonka, law enforcement officers rescued a citizen of Ukraine who almost died from hypothermia.

The man was given first aid and sent to the hospital.

This is reported by the website of the local police.

A few days ago, the police received a report that an unconscious man was lying near the local river.

Since it was early in the morning, it was assumed that the man could have been lying on the street all night.

On the spot, a middle-aged man was found lying by the river in completely wet clothes.

He did not respond to external stimuli, as he was in a state of deep hypothermia.

The police covered the man with thermal film and called an "ambulance". 

After some time, the man stopped breathing.

The law enforcement officers called a rescue helicopter, and before its arrival they tried to resuscitate the man.

Since the helicopter was unable to land due to thick fog, the man was taken to the Obidov commune hospital.

All the time, the police took turns with the medical workers to carry out resuscitation measures.

Already in Obidov, the man was loaded into a helicopter and he received professional medical assistance.

The hospital found out that the patient is a 55-year-old citizen of Ukraine.

Under what circumstances he ended up in the situation described above, it is not reported.

After being discharged from the hospital, the man came to the Yablon police station and personally thanked his rescuers.

We will remind that a 7-year-old girl from Ukraine with a rare disease was operated on in Poland.

The Polsat Foundation financed the emergency operation that saved the life of little Daria. 

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